Orchestre African Fiesta Kiri Kiri Mabina Ya Sika. Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Yo canto. L'African Fiesta, Docteur Nico Comono. Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Marie pauline.
Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Bolingo ya sens unique. L'African Fiesta, Docteur Nico Maria Maria. L'African Fiesta, Docteur Nico Pauline. Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Echantillon ya pamba. Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Na kendeki koyekola na poto. Docteur Nico, L'African Fiesta Sukisa Bolingo ezali mpo na kisi te. (play).
Docteur Nico Orchestre African Fiesta Sukisa - Yokolo Pt 1 & 2. 2014-05-02 10:0889,511. Dr. Nico Kassanda & l& African Fiesta Sukisa: l& Danse No. 10 (1970). 2018-08-12 51:114,731. Dr Nico & L& African Fiesta Sukisa, sizarine, 1970. 2015-05-22 03:414,084. Docteur Nico & Orchestre African Fiesta - Nalingi Yo Na Motema/Ozali Suka Ya Mobali (Full Single). 2017-05-25 09:017,251.
L'Orchestra African Fiesta, often known simply as African Fiesta, was a Congolese soukous band started by Tabu Ley Rochereau and Dr. Nico Kasanda in 1963. Tabu Ley and Dr. Nico were originally members of the seminal band Grand Kalle et l'African Jazz. They left African Jazz and started their own group, African Fiesta, with which they helped elevate the genre of African rumba into the genre now known as Soukous.
Docteur Nico and singers Pascal "Rochereau" Tabou (later Tabu Ley) and Roger Izeidi had been co-leaders of African Fiesta, but when tensions arose, the faction led by Rochereau and Izeidi became African Fiesta 66 (later Afrisa) while Nico's faction became African Fiesta Sukisa. Nico had always chafed under the leadership of others; Fiesta Sukisa would be his own creative vehicle. Others contributed to the hit parade as well: Lassan's "Echantillon ya Pamba" (useless example) and flutist Michel Ngwalali's "Limbisa Ngai" (forgive me), with Nico on Hawaiian steel guitar. Most songs stayed faithful to the standard Congolese rumba, but Nico loved to experiment. Suavilo" features Ngwalali in a lovely Cuban guajira and "Marie Pauline" echoes the likembe (thumb piano) of traditional music. The late sixties were Fiesta Sukisa's best years.
Album: Docteur Nico & L'orchestre African Fiesta, 1975. Has been played on. Russia 2. Radio Caprice - Jazz Funk. 1. Radio Caprice - Funk.